Spring Picks – ArtWe Toronto

Spring has arrived, sweeping away a harsh winter marked by the COVID-19 pandemic. Human activities have been deeply affected, and the art world has been shaken to its core. Yet, as often happens in times of trouble, creativity has increased ten fold.

It’s time to turn the page. Everyone at our level can participate in the reconstruction of local economic and social ties.

Let’s start by supporting local artists from our neighborhood and city by making an enriching and edifying purchase.

This spring selection brings together 10 works by Toronto artists that cost from $80 to $1,980.

Contemporary art made accessible.

Manuela Moldovan – Expression through Texture

Neighborhood: Downtown

Manuela is a prolific mixed-media artist. She incorporates fabrics, lace, sand, cold or hot wax, barks, lichens, etc., in her artwork, increasing their depth and dimension. Her singular style is recognizable among all others, which makes her work even more spectacular.

Mixed Feeling or Hope for the best – 480 CAD

Mixed-media, 24 x 20 inches, 2020 by Manuela Moldovan

Hot Day in a Field – 300 CAD

Mixed-media, 16 x 12 inches, 2019 by Manuela Moldovan

Kevin Matheson – A New Language

Neighborhood: Downtown

Kevin aims to represent the world through graphic symbols. In his quest, he elaborates elements of language: clean lines, overlapping shapes, figures, landscapes and abstract symbols.

In the end, the canvas becomes a cohesive image reaching natural unity and beauty.

Paul Klee, Matisse, and Henry Moore fuel his inspiration, bringing him where he stands today: one of the most talented artists in town.

In the Garden #2 – 1,980 CAD

Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 36 inches, 2020 by Kevin Matheson

Lucid Garden – 660 CAD

Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 18 inches, 2020 by Kevin Matheson

Art Cotrim – The Gesture’s Freedom

Neighborhood: Downtown

Art Cotrim creates textured and colorful artworks. His art is influenced by post-impressionism, fauvism and more generally, European culture. When it comes to drawing lines and shapes on the canvas, his gesture becomes steady and free at the same time. The result is stunning.

Floating in the yellow universe – 80 CAD

Acrylic on canvas, 8 x 10 inches by Art Cotrim

I’m a tree – 95 CAD

Acrylic on hand stretched canvas, 12 x 9 inches, 2020 by Art Cotrim

Vivian Nho – A Gate to Another Dimension

Neighborhood: North York

Vivian is a self-taught artist. She is quite new to painting, as she just started in earnest in 2020. Knowing that makes her creation even more breathtaking.

Her art evokes another dimension. Her “jewel tones” color palette and the repetition of geometric shapes are characteristic of her artistic approach. Vivian strives to “create vibrant contemporary artwork” and she is clearly successful at doing so.

Quarantine Dreams – 650 CAD

Acrylic and metallic ink on canvas, 39 x 55 inches, 2020 by Vivian Nho

Eyesolation – 225 CAD

Acrylic and ink on canvas, 14 x 11 inches, 2020 by Vivian Nho

Agamjot Singh – Wisdom in Color

Neighborhood: Etobicoke

Agamjot is a multidisciplinary artist who takes his inspiration from nature, culture, spirituality and color.  His canvases bear profound inner wisdom reminding us of the essentials in life. Where art meets philosophy.

Sunday Rest – 750 CAD

Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 inches, 2016 by Agamjot Singh

« The value of rest on a Sunday is underrated […]. This retreat inward helps us to develop our inner creativity, vitality and true expression. […] The bold lines around the resting figure display movement in the world whilst she lays inactive. Her nudity portrays the need for organic living and uninhibited presentation. » A. Singh

Sunrise on the farm – 650 CAD

Oil on canvas, 18 x 12 inches, 2018 by Agamjot Singh

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